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Raver tot DJ reveals his top ten tunes ahead of Ipswich event

PUBLISHED: 13:26 21 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:54 21 June 2018

Raver Tots, mini rave for children Picture: SAM BENJAFIELD

Raver Tots, mini rave for children Picture: SAM BENJAFIELD

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A children’s rave will be taking place this weekend in Ipswich - we take a look at what is on the playlist.

Mini partygoers and their parents can let loose on the dancefloor at Revolution in Ipswich this Saturday, June 23.

Children can expect an afternoon of dancing with glow sticks, UV face painting, bubbles, balloons, confetti, giant parachutes, ball ponds, and more.

Parents will be relieved to hear that you won’t be dancing along to children’s songs but to tunes by some of the UK’s best DJs.

Raver tot DJ Slipmatt has revealed his top ten tracks he will be playing at the event.

Raver Tots, mini rave for children Picture: SAM BENJAFIELDRaver Tots, mini rave for children Picture: SAM BENJAFIELD

1. SL2 – On A Ragga Tip

2. K-Klass - Let Me Show You

3. Express Of Sound - Real Vibration (Want Love)

4. Technotronic - Pump Up The Jam

5. Steve Angello & Laidback Luke feat. Robin S. - Show Me Love

6. Livin’ Joy – Dreamer

7. Shades Of Rhythm – Sound Of Eden

8. DJ S.K.T ft. Rae - Take Me Away

9. The Prodigy – Out Of Space

10. M-Beat feat. General Levy – Incredible

Read more: Children’s rave set to come to Ipswich

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